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Preparing to Visit with Your Lender (Article)
By: Joel Larson, Credit Team Director
TAGS: Grain, Risk Management Planning
October 17, 2016 - How do you feel about meeting with your ag lender? Is it a meeting you look forward to or is it something that fills you with anxiety? If it isn’t something you enjoy, try thinking of it as a way to update your lender on your operation and “tell your story.” Continue reading >>
Improving Soil Quality, Managing Nutrients and Increasing Overall Yields: Agriculture Blog (Article)
By: Matthew Lange, Business Consultant
TAGS: Dairy, Risk Management Planning
October 14, 2016 - Every producer knows that good soil quality will positively impact their bottom line. But, what exactly should you be looking for, evaluating and tweaking for the best benefit? In his latest agriculture blog, AgStar’s Matt Lange shares opportunities for soil enhancements to consider to boost your yields. Continue reading >>
What You’ll Lose if You Choose to Defer Your Hogs This Winter (Video)
By: Daryl Timmerman, Sr. Financial Services Executive
TAGS: Swine
October 11, 2016 - Historically, we've seen pork producers defer their hog checks toward the end of the year. What should you do when dealing with $45 per head losses? Continue reading >>
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Growing Trust on the Farm Through Transformational Conversations (Video)
By: Elaine Froese, Farmer/Writer
TAGS: Women In Agriculture, Risk Management Planning, Young, Beginning Farmers
October 04, 2016 - Elaine Froese discusses the importance of having transformational conversations to build trust on your farm. Learn how to look internally to determine if the way in which you are talking with others is helping to strengthen their trust in you, so that when difficult issues arise, discussions are open and honest and in the best interest of your family and your operation. Continue reading >>
What Happens if E.U Pork Slows Down in China? (Video)
By: Brett Stuart, Global AgriTrends
TAGS: Swine
October 04, 2016 - The global pork market has been driven by China over the last 2 years. A tight supply gap in China that began in 2014-2015 has driven both hog and pork prices record high this last spring. How does this affect pork producers in the U.S? Continue reading >>
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